Eugene Local Tim Campbell Joins Oregon Pacific Bank’s Board of Directors
Born and raised in Eugene, Tim has been part of the local community for over 45 years. Holding a bachelor’s degree in Rhetoric Communication from the University of Oregon, Tim moved to Seattle, Washington shortly after graduation to get a taste of the real estate business. Four and a half years later, Tim returned to Eugene and began his career at Campbell Commercial Real Estate, where he is now Partner and Owner.
“I love what I do. I said from day one that I would give myself two years to see if I like this business, and that was 27 years ago!” says Tim, responding to a question regarding what he finds meaningful in his work. “I love putting projects together that are a win/win and support the community and neighborhood around it. I have met some great people and have made some true friends in this business.”
In addition to his commercial real estate expertise, Tim is also very knowledgeable about community banking. His father, Larry Campbell served as a long-time director of Pacific Continental Bank. Tim enjoys the relationship aspect of banking and thinks Oregon Pacific Bank will be a good fit.
“I believe that moving forward, community banks can become stronger by owning their role in the community, while balancing the changing technology of convenience and attracting the millennial marketplace,” says Tim.
Remaining active and committed to the Eugene community, Tim is currently on the Board of Downtown Eugene Inc., and serves on the Eugene board of the Technology Association of Oregon. In the past, Tim has served on the Eugene Chamber Board and chaired the Lane Government Affairs Committee for three years. He has also served on the Oregon Club Board and was a past board president. Outside of work and volunteering his time, Tim enjoys spending time with his two kids, playing golf, and traveling.
To learn more about Oregon Pacific Bank, please visit www.opbc.com or call (800) 997-7121. You can also follow Oregon Pacific Bank on social media and ask any questions you have using the hashtag #AskTheBanker.